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The Future is Now

Wednesday 21st October / presented by Kylie Sturgess Caitlin Nienaber Paul Hunt

This afternoon at exactly 4.29 is a momentous occasion.

It is the the time, on the day, in the year that Marty McFly and Doc Brown rocketed their Delorean into the future.

October 21, 2015 is Back to the Future Day, a good chance to reflect on an timeless movie franchise and to look at how the future of the eighties stacks up against today’s present.

Movie Squad’s Tristan Fidler joined Caitlin for a chat during Breakfast:

Kylie Sturgess investigated with Science Communicator Alex Nairn:

Artist and designer Callum Preston joined Paul van Lieshout Hunt to discuss his  Back to The Future themed art pieces on show in his 'Bootleg to the Future' exhibition:

Paul van Lieshout Hunt talked to WASO Production & Technical Manager David Cotgreave about the movie's anniversary with live performances of the famous soundtrack at the 'Back to the Future Live in Concert' here in Perth:

Perth Bullion Director Ben Welsh joined Paul van Lieshout Hunt to discuss the special commemorative coins the Perth Mint are releasing to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future:

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